Fireball and Cream Soda
Liquor in the 13th century was largely viewed as a drink of miracles. Physicians and medical professionals of the time quoted the distilled beverage as a cure to disease, improvement to appetite, and maintainer of youth. Not only that, but they believed liquor to do things that are completely antonymous to its modern qualities. They thought it could strengthen memory, sooth the stomach, and prolong life.
As we know today, excessive drinking can lead to damage of nearly every major organ in your body. Alcohol abusers are expected to die around 24 years earlier than the average healthy adult, and according to the CDC, over 28% of all traffic-related deaths in the United States are caused by those under the influence of alcohol. But drinking is fun.
Prep: 5 min | Cooking: 0 min | Total: 5 min
Granulated white sugar (3 tbsp)
Water (1 cup)
Vanilla extract (2 tbsp)
Fireball Cinnamon Whisky (1/3 cup)
In a bowl, combine sugar, water, and vanilla until all or most sugar dissolves.
Stir in Fireball whisky and a few ice cubes. Serve.